San Bruno police found the body of 37-year-old Cecilia Zamora, the San Francisco woman who went missing nearly three months ago.
According to San Bruno Lt. Geoff Caldwell, Zamora's body was found on Gateway Drive in Pacifica last Saturday afternoon. She had been shot one time, Caldwell said.
Six years ago exactly, 17-year-old Aubrey Abrakasa was gunned down in the city's NOPA neighborhood. Police have yet to find his killer, but hope the anniversary of his death will spark new leads in this cold case.Investigators today released Abrakasa's photo with information about his death, and tol ... More >>
San Francisco police are looking for a person who looks kind of like this dude to your right in connection to the mysterious homicide of 28-year-old Steven "Eriq" Escalon. On June 12, Escalon's body was found, bound and gagged, inside his apartment on the 5000 block of Diamond Heights Boulevard. The ... More >>
San Francisco police are looking for three men who savagely beat a 23-year-old Hayward man, kicking and punching him until he fell to the pavement. The cops have released these photos of the identified suspects, who have been on the lam since the Jan. 29 assault. According to police, at about 2 a ... More >>
More videos like this one are coming soon to Adachi's YouTube channel.Ready for more Police, Lies, and Videotape? Public Defender and mayoral candidate Jeff Adachi is vowing to release more video tomorrow showing new examples of warrantless searches, perjured police reports, and theft by San Fran ... More >>
1998 murder suspect in jailSan Francisco police have arrested 52-year-old Anthony Quinn Hughes in connection with the brutal 1998 murder of a 36-year-old Diamond Heights woman, bringing some closure to the 13-year-old cold case. On Sept. 10, 2011, Hughes was detained at Leavenworth and Turk stree ... More >>
Mark McGovernThe District Attorney's Office has decided not to press charges just yet against 26-year-old Patrick Power, the Half Moon Bay man arrested last week in connection with an off-the-ball fracas that put 22-year-old Mark McGovern in a coma. Erica Derryck, spokeswoman with the DA's Office ... More >>
DA George GasconDistrict Attorney George Gascón said today that he is turning over his office's investigation into alleged police misconduct to FBI agents and the U.S. Attorney's office.Following a press conference, Gascón issued a statement that U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag "has agreed to take o ... More >>
Independent of what?Update: KGO reports this morning that the FBI is launching its own investigation into the allegations over the police misconduct during a drug bust earlier this year. The agency will look into possible civil rights violations among other violations.Original story, Thursday, Ma ... More >>
What's in the cup, Lance? The criminal investigation into the U.S. Postal Service-sponsored team of cycling champion Lance Armstrong took a vast leap forward today with reports that former teammate Tyler Hamilton has agreed to speak with federal investigators. Hamilton, an Olympic gold medal ... More >>
The San Francisco District Attorney's office moments ago sent out a press release stridently announcing that alleged Pink Saturday shooter Ed Perkins, arrested by police for the alleged murder of Stephen Powell, will be hit with weapons charges. Left unsaid -- but easily inferred -- is that Perki ... More >>
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A bleeding man discovered at the base of a 12-story residential structure at 12:54 this morning -- who died an hour later -- was moments ago identified by the San Francisco Medical Examiner as 31-year-old Christopher Lamothe of San Bruno. Details were sparse and a police investigat ... More >>
Yesterday we reported that San Francisco Police arson Inspector Jeffrey Levin still considers 62-year-old homeless woman Fafa Chan to be the prime suspect in this summer's string of car fires. "I'm convinced that she did [it]," he told SF Weekly. In the meantime, as we've pointed out before, pinn ... More >>
By Joe EskenaziOn Tuesday, readers of the San Francisco Chronicle were informed that Dr. Dan Kliman was a quiet, retiring sort. Today, they read that he walked into an open elevator shaft and plunged to his death. Anyone who knew Kliman would scoff at the former, and Inspector Matt Krimsky of the Sa ... More >>